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United Airlines, along with codeshare Star Alliance partner Air Canada have round trip airfares travelling from San Francisco (SFO) to Lisbon Portugal (LIS) for $351, making 1 stop, both ways. These are basic economy fares where you're only allowed a personal item that fits under the seat (no use of overhead bin). These are flexible-change tickets though.

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Excellent price, and on on trans-Atlantic flights, United allows a full-size carry on.
The 2.5 hrs layover in Montreal is the shortest I could find, but it's perfectly acceptable.
I would book directly with United Airlines though, there's no incentive to use an intermediary like Expedia.
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Just checked and there are similar prices out of Chicago (for the Midwestern folks). Also what happens if Portugal isn't accepting US citizens when the fight is supposed to take off? Does United resolve that?
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What are flexible tickets?

My understanding so far with other airlines was that I can change the date, but might have to pay the difference in price at the time of changing, which kinda negates getting a deal in advance. Is this the wrong understanding of how this works?
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Quote from Evils :
What are flexible tickets?

My understanding so far with other airlines was that I can change the date, but might have to pay the difference in price at the time of changing, which kinda negates getting a deal in advance. Is this the wrong understanding of how this works?
that's correct. flexible ticket travel means they do not charge you a fee for changing, however, you will still have to pay for fare difference, if any.


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How difficult would it be to get a COVID test in Portugal in order to re-enter the US? I think it's a great deal, but I'm a bit worried about the required COVID testing on both ends. Some prices I've seen are over $100 USD/person for the tests; it would still be a great deal but certainly impact the bottom line cost of the trip.

Can someone with experience traveling internationally during this COVID time enlighten me, please?
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DO NOT fall for airline BS. Yes, they'll fly u there but once u land, depending on countries Covid regulation, you might have to do 14 mandatory quarantine at an assigned hotel at YOUR OWN expense.

I know this as I'm a Pacific Islander and usually take my yearly 3 way round trip to Aussie, New Zealand and Fiji and then back to SFO. As of now, all are doing 14 day mandatory quarantine and I checked the hotel price which comes out to at least $300/night= $4200! Then during these 14 days, u can't leave the resort/hotel grounds . So technically for a 2 week vacation, I need to take 6 weeks extra for quarantine.
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Excellent find OP!
If you have proof of both vaccines (they give you a govt card) you bypass any of the quarantine nonsense.
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this deal is still live.
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summer travel!

United Airlines, along with codeshare Star Alliance partner Air Canada have round trip airfares travelling from San Francisco (SFO) to Lisbon Portugal (LIS) for $351, making 1 stop, both ways. These are basic economy fares where you're only allowed a personal item that fits under the seat (no use of overhead bin). These are flexible-change tickets though.

How do airlines enforce the personal item that fits under the seat and not overhead bin? ConfusedConfused
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How do airlines enforce the personal item that fits under the seat and not overhead bin? ConfusedConfused
gate agents is the first line of enforcement. then flight attendants have some sort of passenger list that tells them everything (how you paid, your status with the airline, etc..)
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Just an FYI, according to the Embassy as of March 12:

"Entry and Exit Requirements
Are U.S. citizens permitted to enter? No, U.S. citizens cannot travel directly from the United States to Portugal for non-essential travel (i.e. tourism).
Only Portuguese nationals, holders of Portuguese and EU-member residency permits, and holders of other long-term visas issued by Portuguese authorities may enter the country."
https://pt.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/

We don't have any guarantees the ban will be lifted this summer, though they're trying to life the ban for UK residents 5/17. Covid rates are declining in Portugal but they're rising rapidly in the rest of Europe.It's a gamble, that's for sure.
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